With a back­ground in clas­si­cal fine art train­ing, it did­n’t take artist Oren Loloi long to find where his true pas­sion lies. Study­ing at one of the best art schools in the world, Oren had no doubt in his mind that his life would be ded­i­cat­ed to pro­duc­ing and sell­ing art. He quick­ly be­came in­volved with pa­per-on­ly prod­ucts through striv­ing to work with artis­tic medi­ums that weren’t tox­ic to him­self, as well as the en­vi­ron­ment. Like many artists, Oren cre­at­ed his very first ke­tubah for him­self and his wife. Af­ter al­ready be­ing deeply in­volved with the pa­per cut craft, he mar­ried the two and is now cre­at­ing ab­solute­ly stun­ning works of art.

If there is one thing that Noah and I tru­ly stand by, it’s the abil­i­ty of a web­site to re­flect the work it pro­duces and sells, and Pa­per­cuts By Oren does just that. With a sleek, mod­ern in­ter­face and an easy to nav­i­gate menu, his web­site def­i­nite­ly leaves you want­i­ng more! Al­though his Ke­tubah shop has lim­it­ed de­signs, the work he does have is ab­solute­ly beau­ti­ful. As well he of­fers per­son­al­iza­tion or com­plete cus­tom orders.

We ab­solute­ly loved Oren’s de­signs, es­pe­cial­ly the slide of pho­tos of the phys­i­cal ke­tubahs them­selves! Al­though his Ke­tubah prices are a bit steep (not out of the or­di­nary for pa­per­cuts), he cuts each part of the de­sign by hand, so it is tru­ly a one-of-a-kind, di­rect from the artist him­self. It is ev­i­dent from his ke­tubahs the at­ten­tion to de­tail and time he puts for­ward to each pa­per­cut — hand­craft­ing so that it is ab­solute­ly per­fect, from start to finish.